This page is where we will be posting the election results as we get them.
Additional meeting minutes and other documents can also be obtained via the Clark County Auditor's Office.
Commissioners serve a four (4) year term beginning January 1 after the election. All registered voters in the county vote for Commissioners. Anyone running for Commissioner must reside in the district in which they are running.
The Commissioners have jurisdiction over many executive and administrative matters. The following are among the most important:
Auditing and authorizing claims against the county. (IC 36-2-6-2)
Receiving bids and authorizing contracts.
Controlling, maintaining, and supervising county property including courthouses, jails, and public offices. (IC 36-2-2-24)
Supervising construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
Exercising appointive powers including both the selection of members to fill positions on boards, commissions, and committees, and appointment of certain department heads.
Planning and implementing strategies for solid waste handling as members of solid waste district boards.
The Commissioners may adopt ordinances concerning the following areas:
To provide traffic control (IC 817-1-40)
To regulate and control matters related to public health, water, air and land (IC13-1-1-4)
To establish minimum housing standards (IC 36-7-8-4)
To grant vacation pay, sick leave, paid holidays and other similar benefits to county employees (IC 5-10-6-11)
To administer elections in conjunction with the county election board
To incorporate new towns and alter township boundary lines, on petition.
(Information provided by the Association of Indiana Counties)
The Commissioners only exercise their regulatory powers in the unincorporated areas of the county.
District 3: Bethlehem, Charlestown (Precinct 7), Oregon, Owen, Utica and Washington Twps.
Term Expires: 12/31/14
Ph: (502) 727-2343
Clark County Attorney
Clark County lies on the north bank of the Ohio River and is a significant gateway to the state of Indiana. Clark County has a total area of 376.45 square miles ( 2010 census) with approximately 110,232 residents.